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Whistleblowers are people, often employees, who reveal information about activity within private or public organizations or institutions that they feel is illegal, immoral, illicit, unsafe, fraudulent, or otherwise harmful. Current laws and policies to protect whistleblowers in Canada are weak, if not entirely ineffective.

Policy Submission February 4, 2021

CFE Presentation to Alberta Standing Committee Reviewing the Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act

Representatives of the Centre for Free Expression Whistleblowing Initiatives made a presentation to the Alberta Legislature’s Standing Committee on Resource Stewardship as part of its review of the Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act. A copy of the presentation, the accompanying PowerPoint slides, CFEWI Criteria for Evaluating the Protection of Whistleblowers, and CFEWI Evaluation of Alberta’s current Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act are available at the links below.